Ryan Snyder’s Keynote 

Things Parents Say

Shifting into High Gear at Pro Walk Pro Bike 2012

Cycle Chic Hits the Cat-bike-walk in Long Beach

The Inaugural National Women’s Bicycling Summit


(3 & 50) Navigating MAP-21 pdf
Brighid O’Keane, Advocacy Advance Program Manager, Alliance for Biking & Walking
Caron Whitaker, Campaign Director, America Bikes
Margo Pedroso, Deputy Director, Safe Routes to School Partnership
Darren Flusche, Advocacy Director, League of American Bicyclists & Advocacy Advance
Robert Ping, Technical Assistance Director, Safe Routes to School National Partnership

(5) Part 1: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets pdf
Ryan Snyder, Principal, Ryan Snyder Associates
Michael Moule, Principal, Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates, Inc.
Kate Rube, Transportation Program Manager, Project for Public Spaces

(8) The ROI of Cool: Quantifying the Values and Benefits of Open Space and Trails pdf
John Havenstrite, Vice President, Marsh Darcy Partners
Sue Darcy, President, Marsh Darcy Partners

(9) New Research on Pedestrian and Bicycle Behavior: Perceptions, Attitudes, and Habits
Robert Schneider, Post-Doctoral Researcher, University of California, Berkeley
Rebecca Sanders, PhD Candidate, Safe Transportation Research and Education Center, University of California, Berkeley pdf
Kevin Manaugh, PhD Candidate, McGill University pdf

(14) Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (implementation)
Ryan Snyder, Principal, Ryan Snyder Associates pdf
Sam Schwartz, President and Chief Executive Officer, Sam Schwartz Engineering pdf

(16) New Challenges, Tools, and Opportunities in Planning for Healthy Transportation
Jeremy Nelson, Principal, Nelson\Nygaard Transportation Consulting Associates pdf
Jean Fraser, Chief, San Mateo County Health System
Arfaraz Khambatta, Director of Access Consulting, Sally Swanson Architects Inc.
Heath Maddox, Senior Planner, Livable Streets Subdivision, SFMTA
Libby Seifel, President, Seifel Consulting

(17) Reducing Health Inequities through Active Transportation Policy: Tools, Successes and Lessons Learned in King County, WA
Tessa Greegor, Principal Planner, Cascade Bicycle Club
Max Hepp-Buchanan, Advocacy Campaigns Manager, Cascade Bicycle Club
Amalia Leighton, Civil Engineer/Planner, SvR Design Company pdf
Janet Shull, Senior Planner, City of Federal Way pdf

(18) Making Tough Choices Easier: A Prioritization Process for Pedestrian Infrastructure Improvements pdf
Nancy Pullen-Seufert, Associate Director, National Center for Safe Routes to School
Dave Henderson, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator, Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization
Jessica Manzi, Senior Transportation Coordinator, City of Redwood City
Stewart Robertson, PE, Associate, Kimley Horn & Associates, Inc.

(26) Bike Network Planning: Tools for Dealing with Connectivity and Level of Traffic Stress pdf
Peter Furth, Professor, Northeastern University
Norman Cox, President, The Greenway Collaborative, Inc.
Maaza Mekuria, Principal, Axum Design and Engineering Corporation

(27) Road Diets – Improving Safety for Everyone
Brian Dougherty, Transportation Planner, Seattle Department of Transportation pdf
Carol McMahan, Senior Civil Engineering Specialist, Seattle Department of Transportation
Steve Weinberger, Principal, W-Trans pdf

(28) Creating Walkable Urban Thoroughfares: A New Urbanist Approach pdf
Heather Smith, Planning Director, Congress for the New Urbanism
Rock Miller, Principal Engineer, Stantec
Ryan Snyder, Principal, Ryan Snyder Associates

(33) Independent Walking, Biking, and Roaming by Kids pdf
Mike Lanza, Chief Play Officer, Playborhood
Brendan Crain, Communications Director, Project for Public Spaces

(35) Bridging Sectors: Fostering Collaboration between Health and Transportation Professionals
Deb Hubsmith, Director, Safe Routes to School National Partnership pdf
Louisa Franco MPH , Policy Analyst, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health pdf
Erika Lewis-Huntley MPA, Project Director Healthy RC, City of Rancho Cucamonga pdf
Arthur Wendel MD, MPH, Team Lead, CDC Healthy Community Design Initiative pdf

(40) Safe Routes Networks: Building Livable Communities for Kids and Everyone
Deb Hubsmith, Director, Safe Routes to School National Partnership pdf
Kristine Kessel, Network Director, Safe Routes to School National Partnership
Robert Ping, State Network Director, Safe Routes to School National Partnership pdf
Ian Thomas PhD, Executive Director, PedNet Coalition Inc pdf
Kyle Wagenschutz, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator, City of Memphis pdf

(41) Times Change, People Change, Transportation Needs Change
John LaPlante, Vice President/Director of Traffic Engineering, T.Y. Lin International pdf
Rock Miller, Principal Engineer, Stantec pdf
Sam Morrissey, City Traffic Engineer, City of Santa Monica

(43) How Placemaking Can Transform Transit Stations and Institutions into Vibrant, Multimodal Public Spaces pdf
Cynthia Nikitin, Vice President, Project for Public Spaces

(47) Getting the Bike Fix on Route 66 pdf1 pdf2
Ginny Sullivan, Special Projects Director, Adventure Cycling Association
Colin Bogart, Education Director, Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition
Alan Rhompson, Active Transportation Coordinator, Southern California Association of Governments

(54) Minnesota’s Mississippi River Trail: Bringing Bicyclists to America’s River, One Partnership at a Time pdf
Liz Walton, Landscape Architect, Minnesota Department of Transportation
Dorian Grilley, Executive Director, Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota
Susan Overson, Landscape Architect/Park Planner, National Park Service

(56) Thinking Big About SRTS: School Travel Plans in Large Districts pdf
Julie Walcoff, Safe Routes to School Program Manager, Ohio Department of Transportation
Don Burrell AICP, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator, OH-KY-IN Regional COG
Kate Mencarini AICP, Toole Design Group
David Shipps AICP, TranSystems Corporation

(62) Advocacy Campaigns for Better Bikeways: from Citizens to City Hall
Andres Alvear, Director of Community Outreach, Active Transportation Alliance pdf
Kit Hodge, Deputy Director, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition pdf

(65) Bike it! Walk it! The Next Generation on the Move in Santa Monica pdf
Alison Kendall, Principal Architect, Kendall Planning + Design
Peter Dzewaltowski AICP, Transportation Planning Associate, City of Santa Monica
Tara Griffith, Bike It! Chair, Samohi Solar Alliance, Santa Monica High School
Gabriel Schier, SMASH Bike Club Founder, Santa Monica High School

(67) Community Engagement Models for Transportation and Pedestrian Corridor Improvements pdf
Alan Pullman, Senior Principal, Studio One Eleven
Emily Erickson, Sustainable Transportation Planner, City of St. Paul, Minnesota
Veronica Hahni, Executive Director, Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative
Pat Smith, Landscape Architect

(76) Good Urbanism – Fronting the Public Right of Way pdf
Michael Bohn, Principal, Studio One Eleven
Suja Lowenthal, Vice Mayor, City of Long Beach
Stephanie Reich, Senior Urban Designer, City of Glendale Planning Department

(78) Sustaining Complete Streets Momentum
Stefanie Seskin, Deputy Director, National Complete Streets Coalition
Salvador Lopez, Associate Planner, City of Baldwin Park pdf
Chad Mullins, Chair, Salt Lake County, Bicycle Advisory Committee pdf
Becka Roolf, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator, Salt Lake City Division of Transportation pdf
Ryan Snyder, Principal, Ryan Snyder Associates

(80) Bunny Hop Roadblocks to Success: Addressing Common Obstacles to Increasing Bicycling to School pdf
Dave Cowan, Program Manager, Safe Routes to School Partnership
Shane Macrhodes, Program Manager, Eugene School District Safe Routes to School
Robert Ping, State Network Director, Safe Routes to School National Partnership

(81) Using Data and Survey Information to Guide Safe Routes to School Programs and Advocacy Strategies pdf
Wendy Landman, Executive Director, WalkBoston
Molly O’Reilly, Vice President, America Walks
Yolanda Savage-Narva, Campaign Director, America Walks

(83) Federal Funds for Nonmotorized Transportation and Recreation pdf
Christopher Douwes, Trails and Enhancements Program Manager, FHWA
Amber Thelen, Transportation Enhancement Program Manager, Michigan DOT

(86) Catapulting Bicycle and Pedestrian Advocacy pdf
Brighid O’Keane, Advocacy Advance Program Manager, Alliance for Biking & Walking
Eric Rogers, Executive Director, BikeWalkKC
Rebecca Sema, Executive Director, Atlanta Bicycle Coalition
Eric Boerer, Advocacy Director, Bike Pittsburgh

(92) The Power of the Performance Metric – Getting Your Jurisdiction Back on Track pdf
Maddie Brozen, Program Director, Complete Streets Initiative, UCLA
Kristen ‘Herbie’ Huff, Transportation Planner, Ryan Snyder Associates
Margot Ocanas, Policy Analyst – Built Environment, Renew Los Angeles
Chanda Singh, Policy Analyst, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health